Melissa Romo, a VP of Global Marketing where she leads a globally dispersed team for a leading B2B cloud software firm, and has managed remote employees for more than a decade joins Enterprise Radio. She is the author of “Your Resource is Human: How Empathetic Leadership Can Help Remote Teams Rise Above.”
This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Author Channel.
Listento hostEric Dye & guest Melissa Romo discuss the following:
- Can you tell us a bit about the title of your book, “Your Resource is Human,” and what it’s about?
- What are the unspoken remote work emotions and why do they happen?
- What are some remote-ready leadership behaviors that can help your teams or employees?
- You write about remote work conversation starters along with empathy scans – can you explain those a bit?
- How are things going with remote and hybrid work? A lot of companies are starting to call employees back to the office – do you think that will work?
Melissa Romo earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management, where she studied organizational behavior and leadership. She is a regular speaker for events around the world, including the Digital Marketing World Forum, Generation Success Breaking Barriers, and the B2B Marketing Podcast, and has been recognized as a global advertising and marketing “40 Over 40”, “Inspirational Woman of the Year”, and “Inclusive Leader”. In her most recent role as VP of Global Marketing, she leads a globally dispersed team for a leading B2B cloud software firm, and has managed remote employees for more than a decade. She is the author of the historical novel “Blue-Eyed Son,” a WWII-era story about displacement and nationhood, and has been a contributing writer on travel and expatriotism for publications in the UK and Poland. She and her Spanish-born husband live in New York City with their two teenage sons and an adopted Labrador.
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